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Organizations are constantly faced with evolving mobile technologies as well as finding new ways to secure them. The challenge is determining which mobile security strategy best fits your company's needs now and in the future. In this session, you will discover the key considerations for deploying a mobile security strategy based on your security and business requirements.
There are already 3.9 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the world today, and Gartner estimates that by 2020 there will be 25 billion of them -- inside our public infrastructure, our homes, our cars, even our bodies… and all full of vulnerabilities. Manufacturers of IoT devices are new to the business of writing code and unprepared for the brave new world they’re creating. Other than fault-finding from a distance, what can the information security industry do to solve the problem?
Learn more and join the conversation on the next episode of Dark Reading Radio, “Fixing IoT Security,” Wednesday, Sep. 23 at 1 p.m. E.T. (4 p.m. PT), hosted by senior editor Sara Peters.
White hats are known to be the antitisis of all that groups such as anonymous stand for. Anonoymous claims to fight for freedom of information and see the Infosec community as the ones looking to withhold it.
Is it really that simple? Today well know white hat Robin Jacksin of WT Forensics discusses this dynamic and offers a glimpse of the world of a white hat, thier origins and how they see the free exchange of information and information security going hand in hand.
Robin is one of the early winners of DC3 "The annual contest, which started in 2006, is organized through the Department of Defense’s Cyber Crime Center, an agency that works to analyze data from electronic devices to aid in investigations related to everything from criminal matters to counterintelligence efforts (Allison Maier, helenair.com)"
He has been a polarizing figure in the hacking community since theearly days of 4chan and at pone point was believed to be the elusive "grey hat", Jester (@th3j35t3r).
Black Hat 2015 has come to a close and it's time for some reflection on the biggest stories and the most important lessons learned. In this important Dark Reading Radio episode the editors of Dark Reading will discuss the stories that they saw as the most important -- and the lessons you need to take away from the premier conference in computer security.
We'll also have Dark Reading senior editor Sara Peters and her interview with Security Associate Dan Pietro and Senior Security Associate Oscar Salazar of Bishop Fox. They'll talk about the presentation Pietro and Salazar gave at Black Hat -- Hacking Smart Banks -- on the Brink of a Robbery.
You don't want to miss this episode -- it's going to be a great one!
The annual Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) published in April was the biggest and most jam-packed ever, with loads of data and trend nuggets that didn't necessarily catch the eye of the media or the public.
Marc Spitler, co-author of the Verizon DBIR, in the next episode of Dark Reading Radio will share some of those lesser-known but most intriguing tidbits from the massive report that captures the attention of the security community every year. Among some of the findings that may have gotten lost in the shuffle: the long-term trend in point-of-sale compromises, how mobile is not a factor in real-world attacks, the role of system admin errors, and some of the lesser-known impacts of a breach.
Spitler will drill down on these and other elements of the DBIR on Dark Reading Radio’s upcoming episode, which will be hosted by Kelly Jackson Higgins, executive editor of Dark Reading.
TENSIONS ARE HIGH!
Tonight we will be discussing the growing tensions that we see within the main stream media as well as Social Media. Tonight, Colin Flaherty (author of the book "Don't Make the Black Kids Angry") will be joining us for some deep discussion on the issue that we currently face as a Nation. Get ready for some deep, brutal honesty folks!
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In this episode we touch on many of the key points of information risk with Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack, Former ACE Hardware CIO, Paul Ingveldson, SR. VP. of InfoSec, Bill Stevenson and leading Data Security Researcher Dr. Larry Ponemon.
By the end of this interview you will gain insight into many of the significant aspects of information security in your organization.
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This show page is now the updated version containing all links provided by @MsAmyMacPherson during the show, specifically on the secret plan for health care in Canada. It was a very revealing episode. You are invited to listen to the audio archive, then are invited to look at this paste, which is not able to be edited or deleted.
Please be advised the first section of the show deals with the Jesse Brown/Toronto Star/CBC/Jian Ghomeshi circus, which Amy has dug deeper into than every mainstream media platform in Canada.
UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
Details about today's guests: www.unredactedshow.com/vault.html
Show website: www.unredactedshow.com
Interview with Bill Stevenson SR. VP of InfoSec w/IndyMac Bank, is from the Best of The Watchdog Report. During the interview we discuss the building blocks of developing an effective security program within your business. At the end of this interview you will gain insight into many of the threats businesses face everyday and the necessary strategies for mitigating the risks associated with todays business requirements.
This is not a LIVE Show... Original Interview Was Conducted in 2007.
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